Outspoken and controversial Ghanaian dancehall artiste Bandana (Shatta Wale) has taken back all the unprintable words he used against foremost event management company Charterhouse in a public display of remorse.
Shatta Wale took a bold step to apologize at event organizers; Charter House during his performance at Ghana Rocks 2013 concert which took place on Friday December 27 at the Accra International Conference Centre.
After performing a number of his hit songs Shatta Wale surprisingly dropped the ï¿½dissï¿½ song he recorded for Charterhouse after the 2013 VGMAs and performed the first 30 seconds of the song after which he asked his DJ to stop the music.
He then called George Quaye aka Aboagye of GH One Entertainment Television and Charterhouse to come on stage.
ï¿½In this industry we love ourselves and we love Ghana. I really want to apologize to Charterhouse because I never knew they love me so much. I want you to talk to Charterhouse for me that am sorryï¿½, Shatta Wale told George Quaye.
For those who are of the opinion that Shatta Wale chose to apologize to Charterhouse at this time because he wants to win awards at the 2014 VGMAs this is what he had say ï¿½It is not that I want the awards but I feel that life has to continue. I love you peopleï¿½.
Even though George Quaye looked surprised on stage he accepted Shatta Waleï¿½s apology on behalf of Charterhouse. ï¿½It is a big surprise and it is one of the most matured things I have seen this gentleman do. Ladies and gentlemen two fingers in the air for Shatta Wale we accept your apologyï¿½, George responded.
His long overdue apology to Charterhouse, sparked mixed reactions from the media and stakeholders in the entertainment industry with some alleging that the move was an orchestration between him and Charterhouse, whiles others still believe it is deliberate attempt to win public sympathy for upcoming VGMAs.
Watch Shatta Wale's apology below:
Source: Eugene Osafo-Nkansah/Peacefmonline.com/Ghana
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